» August 5, 1901:
At Cincinnati, Topsy Hartsel strokes two inside-the-park homers, but they are not enough as Chicago loses to the Reds, 10-7. Whitey Guese takes the decision over Jock Menefee.
» September 28, 1905: In a game that helps decide the pennant, the A's beat the White Sox 3-2, as Topsy Hartsel scores from 2nd base with the winning run in the 7th inning. Harry Davis's RBI single to short left hits Hartsel's mitt, which the left fielder had left in the outfield when he came off the field. The A's take the series two games to 1, and will finish two games ahead of Chicago.
» April 14, 1908: At Hilltop Park, Slow Joe Doyle scatters four hits in edging the A's, 1-0 in 12 innings. The first hit is by A's left fielder Topsy Hartsel, who has his nose broken by an errant pitch during pre-game warmups. Nick Carter, making his major-league debut, matches Doyle for 11 innings, but in the 12th, a ground rule double into the crowd, and a single put runners at the corners. A line drive to RF Jack Coombs then scores Red Kleinow with the winner.